What is Aronia?
The Aronia berry has more anti-oxidants and anthocyanin than any other fruit known to man.
Aronia berries are shown to have amazing effects on the body when ingested regularly. The positive benefits of the superfruit include:
- Improve digestion
- Reduce inflammation
- Improve blood circulation
- Regulate blood pressure
- Prevent & help treat diabetes
- Balance cholesterol
- Good for eyes and skin
- Prevent cold & flu
Neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia can be affected by environmental toxins like insecticides and herbicides. One compound commonly used in herbicides is paraquat (PQ), which has a direct link to neurotoxicity, which can increase risk of neurodegenerative diseases. The polyphenol-rich aronia berry has antioxidant protective effects against PQ neurotoxicity.
Rich in Polyphenols
Several studies have been conducted at research universities throughout the United States and in Poland to understand the benefits of the
The cancer-fighting properties in black raspberries are linked to the phytonutrients and antioxidants that are found in aronia berries at higher amounts. A concentration of black raspberry extract was found to inhibit angiogenesis in cancer tumors during an in-lab experiment. More research needs to be conducted before black raspberry or aronia is incorporated into medical treatments, but there seems to be a relationship between the antioxidants and their cancer-fighting properties.
What are aronia berries?
Aronia berries are a type of berry that is native to the midwest. They are also known as “chokeberries”, because of their sour taste that can make your mouth pucker. Aronia berries can be eaten raw from the bush, but are also used in jam, wine, syrup, tea, and delicious Truronia juice.
What do they do?
Aronia berries are known as a rich source of antioxidants and vitamins, which have incredible health benefits. Incorporating aronia berries into your daily diet can help lower blood pressure, improve digestion, and reduce inflammation.
Where do your berries come from?
Aronia berries are native to the midwest, so they are right at home at our farm in Hastings, Nebraska. We organically farm our aronia berries to maximize their nutrition and minimize negative impact on the environment.
How do they work?
Aronia berries contain high levels of anthocyanins and proanthocyanidins, along with other antioxidants and vitamins. Anthocyanins are the pigment in berries that give them a dark purple color (which is why dark colored berries like cranberries, blueberries and elderberries are considered healthy). Proanthocyanidins are found in plants, and help the body eliminate free radicals.